2. A. E. van Vogt’s best short stories

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  • "Juggernaut" (1944) by A. E. van Vogt

    by A. E. van Vogt

    This is an interesting wartime story inspired by the immense possibilities for both war and peace of new technological discoveries - here in the domain of metallurgy - that were so rapidly reshaping the world in that crucial decade.
    It embodies in a way that special flavour of enthusiasm (...)

  • "M33 in Andromeda" (1943) by A. E. van Vogt

    by A. E. van Vogt

    M33 in Andromeda, first published in the August 1943 issue of Astounding Science Fiction, was the third of van Vogt’s great series of stories, after Black Destroyer and Discord in Scarlet, about the adventures of the spaceship The Space Beagle on man’s first trip of scientific discovery outside (...)

  • Fifteen golden-age science-fiction stories by A. E. van Vogt

    by A. E. van Vogt

    These fifteen stories are all fine examples of this great writer’s best work from his most creative period - the forties and early fifties, the "golden age" of science-fiction.
    All of the stories published here are the original magazine versions, with the magazine artwork and cover for each (...)